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He added that, so far, the location of the new stadium has not been settled, where they are reviewing two sites and the companies to establish the project.
Port Said 1st to benefit from new system via 11 general, specialised hospitals, 32 healthcare units, says Prime Minister
Tunnels will connect Sinai with Nile Delta
The Minister of Investment and International Cooperation (MIIC), Sahar Nasr, inaugurated two factories built by the Japanese Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems (SEWS) with total investments of $200m in Port Said on Sunday. SEWS provides the Egyptian market with 12,000 job opportunities with investments over EGP 15bn and exports to many countries, including the UK, France, …
A state of worry took over the football federation chaired by Hany Abo Rida, after the attack of the fans of El Ismaili team on Ibrahim Othman, the chairperson of the club, and the board of directors while they were sitting in the stadium to support their team. This has caused issues because Ismailia Stadium …
East Port Said Development company signed two contracts with investments of up to €70m with BAG East Port Said and Gerda Egypt. This came in the context of the company’s development of the area allocated by the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone) by attracting a number of foreign investments and the establishment of a number …
NCCM criticizes interviewing children, says it violates Egypt’s Child rights while prosecution releases them
Album’s eponymous song, “Azef El-Awtar” tells story of group’s 30-year journey, says founder
Officials demanded extending deadline for project completion
Week witnessed increased targeting of journalists in publishing crimes
The Integrity Network Initiative is to hold an awareness session in Port Said on Sunday at 1pm, according to a press statement.
The new investment law grants incentives to revive investment in technological zones, says ElKady
Dozens took the streets in the governorate in objection to the sudden price increase of social housing flats
The non-commissioned officer’s wife alleged that Eid assaulted her on a work trip, says lawyer
Port Said, the Suez Canal city associated with the worst incident in Egyptian sporting history, is emerging as a prime locus of soccer-driven protest in a country that does not brook dissent. Repeated protests in the city are laden with soccer’s tangled involvement and key role in the 2011 popular revolt that toppled president Hosni …
The opera house includes a main theatre with 1,200 seats, two big movie theatres that can host up to 500 viewers, meeting and conference rooms, a cafeteria, parking, and a library.
The new shipyard will not be limited to ship repair and shipbuilding—like the current one which only services Suez Canal marine equipment—but will rather serve investment as well, Mamish added during a meeting with MPs from the three canal cities: Suez, Port Said, and Ismailia
Another 12 defendants received 10-year prison terms, while 18 received 5-year terms.
The delegation met with prisoners and detainees in a bid to survey conditions
The new canal aims to allow larger ships in and out of the port.
Social media pages claiming to be run by low-ranking policeman exchange threats and accusations with Ministry of Interior
The project was finalised in three months and 10 days
The alliance will consult on power, desalination of water and residential projects worth €8bn
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President is expected to give further tough speeches as 25 January approaches, says El-Ezbawy
East Port Said will acquire industrial, logistical, residential, and fish-farming zones
Security dismissed people wearing shirts with candidate’s pictures printed on them
Court sentenced one defendant Sunday to five years in prison in the “Port Said massacre” case
Every unit consists of three rooms; one hall, one bathroom and one kitchen, an area of 90 sqm
The Egyptian Initiative on Personal Rights (EIPR) report on health conditions in 16 prisons and police stations, saying: “Living conditions and health care in prisons do not meet minimum health standards and endanger detainees’ lives.”